Tony Yayo On Kyrie Irving Controversy: My Media Trainer Told Me To Avoid Religion, Politics

In this clip, Tony Yayo reacted to the controversy surrounding Kyrie Irving, and he explained that he was taught in media training to stay away from politics and religion. He added that there’s freedom of speech, but Tony added that you have to be careful not to disrespect people in the public eye. Vlad then explained how New York is unique, and Tony agreed, saying, “Everyone is tough.” Vlad went on to speak about how everyone takes the subway in New York, and they’re forced to be around one another. Tony explained that the best thing about New York is the melting pot of different backgrounds, and he spoke about growing up in Queens around all kinds of people.

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Iman Shumpert Doesn’t Agree With Vlad’s Viral Gamer Tweet: That’s Insane Sir

In this clip, Iman Shumpert spoke about gifting his wife, Teyana Taylor, a 1979 Corvette for their wedding anniversary, and he spoke about knowing the car from the movie “Rush Hour.” Iman also pointed out that Jordan used to drive around in vintage Corvettes, and one day Teyana spoke about loving that style. Iman explained that he wants Teyana to learn about the car and fix it up over time, and he detailed the skills that go into owning a vintage car. From there, Iman and Vlad debated about Vlad’s viral gamer tweet. Iman vehemently disagreed with Vlad about the claim that depression is at the heart of people playing games for hours on end. Iman laid out why he thought Vlad was ultimately overstating the point and called his take “strange” and “insane.”

Nick Young On His “Confused Meme” Becoming More Famous Than Him

In this clip, Nick Young talks about his famous smiling meme, where it came from and why the image is almost more famous than he is at this point. This prompts the former NBA champion to state that he wishes there was a way for him to get paid for the meme which causes DJ Vlad to also indicate that his material often becomes memes that he doesn’t get paid for. As the discussion moves along, Nick shares what a big deal his meme has become in China, before talking about coming home and finding out that place had been burglarized.

Matt Barnes On Vlad’s Viral Tweet About Video Games Causing Depression

In this clip, DJ Vlad asks former NBA champion Matt Barnes to share his thoughts on his highly publicized tweet that essentially denounced video games (because they are a form of depression). Matt reflects back to the days when used to play video games, such as Madden, during his playing career and said those were some of the most fun times of his life. This leads to a philosophical conversation about the importance of video games, making money from video games, and being addicted to video games. From there, the two men discuss DJ Vlad receiving death threats over the tweet, Kevin Durant’s pushback on the matter, and how video games can help with mental health.

China Mac: The Only Way To Avoid Giving Up Booty In Prison Is Stabbing, He Gotta Die

In this clip, DJ Vlad and China Mac discuss what a new prisoner has to do to avoid being sexually assaulted. To that, China Mac declares that a fresh-faced young man going into prison for the first time may have to stab and kill someone in order to avoid being raped. From there, DJ Vlad asks China Mac about the laws in prison and how they compare to the rules and regulations on the outside. China Mac replies by stating that the rules vary from county to county. China Mac also talks about connecting with another VladTV interviewee named Blue Boy.

Desiigner Is Shocked When Vlad Tells Him The Outlawz Smoked 2Pac’s Ashes

In this clip, Desiigner addressed speaking about late rapper Goonew’s controversial funeral, where his body was propped up to look like he was performing. At the time, Desiigner told TMZ that if that’s what Goonew wanted for his funeral and his family carried it out, that was the right thing to do. Desiigner explained that it was done in love, and he added that he saw Goonew’s mother’s vision for the funeral. To hear more, including Desiigner reacting to the Outlawz saying that they smoked 2Pac’s ashes, hit the above clip.

DJ Akademiks: I Spent $70K On 1 Artist I Signed And Lost All That Money, 90% Of Artists Fail

In this clip, Mase’s contract situation with Fivio Foreign prompts a discussion between DJ Akademiks and DJ Vlad about recording contracts and how certain musicians are better off remaining independent. DJ Akademiks states that artists should “own your sh*t and invest in yourself,” while DJ Vlad agrees by adding that artists signed to record labels have a 90% failure rate. As the conversation moves along, DJ Akademiks shares some advice that he once received from a record executive about signing artists before talking about budging for artists and recouping money from investments related to recording artists.

Desiigner On Why He Signed To Kanye, Kanye Using ‘Panda’ On ‘The Life Of Pablo’

In this clip, Desiigner reflects back on being recruited by numerous record labels and being offered several multi-million dollar contracts. From there, the 25-year-old talks about receiving a phone call from Kanye West about using “Panda” for his album called “The Life of Pablo” and signing with his G.O.O.D. music imprint. He goes on talk about how good it felt to give back to the Brooklyn housing projects where he was raised.

DJ Akademiks And Vlad On Why Radio Guys Like Peter Rosenberg Always Fumble The Bag

In this clip, Vlad started off speaking about Peter Rosenberg saying that he doesn’t understand why people do interviews on VladTV, which led to DJ Akademiks speaking about why Rosenberg isn’t on the same level as him and Vlad. Akademiks then stated that radio hosts are “salty” at where they’re at, and he went on to give Rosenberg credit for having one of the earliest podcasts, which he says also makes Rosenberg salty. Vlad then offered to pay Rosenberg to do interviews for him, and he added that he was not joking about the offer.

Charleston White Goes Off On People Calling Vlad “The Feds”

In this flashback, Charleston White spoke about addressing people calling Vlad the feds before his first VladTV interview. Charleston then explained how it’s on the person being interviewed by Vlad as to how they respond to his questions, and he added, “Loose lips sink ships.” Charleston then pointed to Vlad’s origins with his DVDs before VladTV, and Charleston questioned why people weren’t calling Vlad the feds back then. To hear more, hit the above clip.